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MLS Listings Data

Total Listings:6
Average Price:$1,852,333
Highest Listing Price:$3,449,000
Average Days On Market:41
Average Price/SqFt:$673

Wraggborough subdivision Charleston SC has six properties for sale on MLS. Homes for sale Wraggborough have an avg list price of $1,852,333 ranging in price from $550,000 to $3,449,000. The avg size property in Wraggborough is 2,753 sq ft. Largest in the neighborhood for sale is 6,749 sqft & smallest 662 sqft. See homes for sale Wraggborough Charleston SC by price, bedrooms, size, age, time on MLS, date listed, street & type. Contact Wraggborough agent for showings or listing appointments. View property listings all over South Carolina here by all major markets: Lowcountry, Midlands, Upstate & Pee Dee (Grand Strand).

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Circa 1834 KITCHEN HOUSE OF THE WILLIAM HENRY HOUSTON HOUSE. 44 Charlotte Street is on very high ground with no requirement for flood insurance. It's the ideal size, privately tucked away in the garden of the grand front house. With main rooms opening to the piazza and garden patio through four sets of tall French doors with transoms, this charming house is open and airy and superbly livable. Under a preservation plan guided by the Historic Charleston Foundation, historically significant details remain intact in original heartpine floors, exposed old Charleston brick, period mantels, windows and doors while well planned renovations provide sleek bathrooms, great storage, big eat-in kitchen, and laundry room. The neighborhood gathering spot is The Dewberry, and within 3 blocks is
View details Beds - 2 Baths - 1 Sqft - 1238
Beautiful Greek Revival, the William A. Hussey house, located in the heart of Wraggborough circa 1849, has been meticulously restored per National Register of Historic Places guidelines. This stunning property currently consists of 5 individually metered units, which would also be well-suited for potential conversion back into a grand single-family residence with first floor apartment. Featuring soaring, 12 foot ceilings with intricate crown molding, several working fireplaces with pristine mantles, original hardwood floors throughout, marble counters in kitchens/baths, stainless steel appliances, gas ranges, back porches, and a professionally designed/landscaped courtyard.
View details Beds - 8 Baths - 9 Sqft - 6749
Located in the heart of Charleston's cherished Wraggborough Neighborhood, 51 Chapel boasts a seamless blend of historic charm and modern luxury. This meticulously renovated 1890s single home is nestled across from the beloved Chapel Street Fountain Park and steps away from the lively nightlife and enticing restaurants of King Street, several landmarks and museums and is surrounded by blocks of tree-lined streets, making this one of Charleston's most desirable locations. The architecture unfolds over three levels, offering a rare combination of old-world craftsmanship and contemporary convenience. A standout feature is the main level's unique inclusion of a bedroom and bathroom, providing unparalleled accessibility and flexibility. The bathroom features Anna French Wallpaper
View details Beds - 5 Baths - 5 Sqft - 3244
Amazing condo built in 1885, in the heart of Charleston with two parking spots! This unit offers all the charm you would expect in Charleston. Beautiful heart of pine wood floors, crown molding, and 10' ceiling. A primary and guest bedroom with plenty of space & comfort. The unit has 10' ceilings, crown molding, plantation shutters. If desired the second bedroom is perfect for an office or den. Enjoy your evenings on the large balcony taking in all of Charleston. Located in Wraggborough historic district, within walking distance of King St shops and restaurants.
View details Beds - 2 Baths - 1 Sqft - 662
One of Charleston's most historic homes, 80 Alexander Street is the site of the Liberty Tree, where American independence was first proposed and the Declaration of Independence first read to Charlestonians.Constructed in 1805 in the quintessential ''Charleston Single'' style, 80 Alexander Street is newly restored and features broad piazzas, 11' plus ceilings, original plaster crown moldings, marble fireplace mantles, heart pine floors, oversized windows, off street parking for four cars, a majestic iron entry gate, surrounding brick walls and much more.
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 3 Sqft - 2990
Welcome to Wraggborough in Downtown Charleston! 43 Elizabeth has so much potential for use and is in the perfect location for amenities Downtown. Move in ready and waiting to be your dream home. This 3 Bed, 2.5 Bath home sits 2 Blocks from the shops and restaurants on King Street such as Halls, Rue De John or Oku and 1 Block from Charleston School of Law. Directly across the street is Tiedemann Park Nature Center & Playground, on the corner to the right is Wragg Square Park and The Aiken-Rhett House Museum, on the corner to the left is The Chapel Street Fountain Park, The Charleston Natural History Museum and The Joseph Manigault House. Lastly 1 Block away is The Visitor Center, The Children's Museum of the Lowcountry and The Charleston Music Hall. More pictures coming soon
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 2 Sqft - 1632

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